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Messages - jivatma

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MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: Contact Made
« on: May 05, 2009, 19:53:37 »
With the Bleeps and stuff at the beginning, this one sounds like an Intro Song to a strange Alien Fighting Game on the Old Homecomputers, like the Amiga500 ^_^ .


MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: mer de fleurs
« on: May 05, 2009, 19:50:10 »
Sounds good and you really can tell, that you come from the Techno Corner :D - wich is a good one, and not bad.

Btw. nice individual Instruments naming or, to be exact, ascii "picture" in the Instruments List :) .


MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: Chiptune test
« on: May 05, 2009, 19:46:12 »
Well, Hello Greippi,

that does sound good for a theme or midpart of a tune. now you can try and build a complete song around it, if you like :) .


MilkyTracker Community / Re: Where you get your samples from?
« on: April 30, 2009, 22:20:44 »
Hello Dude,

why not try some free Software-Synths and sample the Sounds from them? :)

The other Option, that comes to my mind, is, to search the Internet for free Sounds in WAV format ^^ .

Or: for Chiptune-like Samples, you can use the Synthesis-Function in Milky, or simply draw your own ones in the Sampleeditor.


PS: i have a Yamaha CS1x Keyboard and a Waldorf MicroQ Racksynth - so .. if you need a special Sound, tell me, and i'll see what i can do. I'm not a good Soundprogrammer, but some basic Sounds i can create too, with a bit of experimenting ;)

Someone told us here in the Board, that you can use the Demo Version of FruityStudio and it's Ability to use VST Instruments (and it's basic Set of Synths) for creating Sounds, too. The Wav-Output to Disk is enabled in FruityStudio Demo as far as i know, so you can trigger the Notes, that you want to sample, in the Pianoroll and then record the pattern or "song" to wav file. After that, you can use a free Sample Editor to cut the individual Notes out and save them in seperate wav files; import them into Milky Sample Editor and rock on :D .

I've attached a simple and old example of mine into this post.

MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: 2nd song radiators and pizza
« on: January 08, 2009, 07:21:02 »
You are welcome, balloontime ^^ .

btw. did you know, that an Instrument exists, that is called "Pizzicato String"? I call it simply "Pizza"  ;D

here is an Example, created by me:

i tell you that, because your song was named "radiators and pizza", so this remembered me about this Pizza String ^^ .


PS: i'll be in a new flat today, and do not know, if i have internet access there in the first few weeks and months. :-\

MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: 2nd song radiators and pizza
« on: January 07, 2009, 13:08:33 »
Hmm, well, the first part sounds like there i a C64 computing something in the background. And after that the C64 plays a happy melody to demonstrate, that the computing/calculation is finished :) .

btw. you do not need to have thousands of Volume 20 entries, if nothing changes the volume (in the mid part) or am i wrong with that? O_o

All in all, it sounds funny  :D .


MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: My first song
« on: January 04, 2009, 13:56:11 »
You are welcome, Kripton ^_^ . It' good to see you happy =) .

btw. if you need Samples, you can try this Software-Synthesizer:


It's not the best Synth on Earth, but it's fine for the first Steps in Sounddesign. (It is part of the Sounddesign Course by 'Peter Georges' - and it's Freeware). (If you have a Soundcard, that is able to record it's output, you can record some notes, if you like, like C-4 and so on)

An other way to get Sounds from Softsynths, is, to use the Demo Version of FruityStudio ("FruityLoops" Studio) - this is a tip by someone else, and i think, it's a good tip, because you can load VST-Synths/-Instruments into it and after that, you can play with the Knobs and Buttons and create a wave-file, with C-4 Note or Multisamples to get Samples out of the Synths.

The first mentioned Software-Synthesizer (Soundforum Synth) is from a Sounddesign Course, which is very good, i think. Just search for "Soundforum Peter Georges" or "Sounddesign Peter Georges" in your favourite Searchengine.

Ingo  :angel:

MilkyTracker Support / Re: Milkytracker on ubuntu
« on: January 03, 2009, 11:26:18 »
Hello supersole,

here, on Ubuntu Studio, Milkytracker works fine. You are using the "standard" Ubuntu, i guess?! Ubuntu Studio is an Ubuntu Version for creative People. If nothing did help you with your problem, you can switch to Ubuntu Studio, if you like. (Ubuntu Studio uses Alsa too)


PS: i'm using the LTS Version of Ubuntu Studio (which is Version 8.04)

MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: My first song
« on: January 03, 2009, 11:13:40 »
If the step from your head to the notes in milky is the problem, then this can possibly help you: there you can try the 'Ear Training 101', which is a light version of an ear-training-program :) . if you want a completely free ear training program, which is a full version, you can try 'GNU Solfege' (wich is available for Windows and Linux).

or you can try Duncan Loriens Course, which can be found here:

btw. happy new year ^_^

Ingo  8)

MilkyTracker Tracks & Songs / Re: My first song
« on: January 01, 2009, 15:42:43 »
Well, you can try to create simple and short melodys first. And then go on to more and more complicated Melodys. But i guess, that you did know that.

A tip might be: you can try to think and feel a melody first and remember it for as long as you can. While that, you can try to reproduce it note after note (step by step) in Milky. :) - That is what i did in FruityStudio Demo and some older Midi-based Music-Program, where you can see the notes in a grid, called PianoRoll. (i'm more the graphic oriented guy, means i think and visualize more in a graphical way, sometimes)

Ingo  8)

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